The Local's end-of-year quiz 2010
The Local · 29 Dec 2010, 14:38
Published: 29 Dec 2010 14:38 GMT+01:00
We've had a Royal Wedding, a general election, not to mention the drama of Wikileaks and an attempted suicide bomb. But have you been paying attention? Find out in The Local's bumper end-of-year quiz.
2010 was always going to be a momentous year in Sweden, with a Royal Wedding and a general election within months of each other.
But few expected Sweden to be grabbing the international headlines thanks to its associations with the leaking of thousands of US government secrets.
And nobody expected that a young man from Tranås would try to blow himself up among Stockholm's Christmas shoppers.
How much have you been paying attention to the comings and goings in Sweden in 2010? Test yourself with The Local's end of year quiz!
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